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20.10.05

UNIX won in Vladivostok

UNIX played a second match of Russian championship in male Super league A. Stanislav Eremin team met local Spartak-primorie in Vladivostok.

That club is a debutant of the league, the coach being the ex-UNIX coach Andrew Kibenko. UNIX won 85: 78 for the second time this season. The most resulting were Kshishof Lavrinovich (19 points), Sergey Toporov (15), Travis Best (14) and Saulus Stombergas (13).


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